According to CTIA, over 400 million phones are sold yearly. And, just as PCs have become a growing landfill problem, cell phones are not far behind. Cell phones, like PCs, contain hazardous materials such as lead, lithium ion, and cadmium that, if...
Something called a plasmatron reformer could significantly reduce the nation's oil consumption as well as noxious emissions from a variety of vehicles. This, according to researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
A low-emission prototype is a modern version of the traditional Yellowstone National Park tour bus.
Though hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles are a long way from reality, Ford Motor Co. claims its H2RV technology concept car could be built and sold today.
Unlocking the nuances of combustion is the key to the next generation of cleaner-burning diesels.
Researchers at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL) have developed a safer way to produce isooctane, the eight-carbon chain more commonly known as the octane number on a gas pump.
An unlikely supporting actor in the new Sci-Fi thriller The Hulk is a 14-ton nuclear physics device called Gammasphere from Argonne National Laboratory.
A diesel engine developed in Germany and installed in Austrian airframes could change all our notions about designing piston-powered aircraft.